The Supreme Court has reinstated a requirement for patients seeking abortion pills to visit a doctor’s office in person, rather than receiving them through telemedicine. The decision was made in response to a request from the Trump administration, which argued that the in-person requirement is necessary for patient safety. The ruling has been met with criticism from reproductive rights advocates, who argue that the in-person requirement creates unnecessary barriers for patients, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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